Current Events

May 9, 2014

2014 Spring Graduation

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Student dressed in suit and tie
student life in purple on white paper scrap

Phi Theta Kappa is recognized as the official honor society for Southeast.

Current Students

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News

Storyteller Theresa Osborne to present one-woman show April 14, 2014

Storyteller Theresa Osborne to present one-woman show

Osborne, the Appalachian Program Facilitator at Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, is to embark on a one-woman show billed as “Stories from the Cookie Jar” that is to be held Saturday, April 26 at the Kentucky Coal Museum in Benham.
New SKCTC Scholarship to honor Carlie Thompson April 7, 2014

New SKCTC Scholarship to honor Carlie Thompson

The Carlie Thompson Scholarship Fund at Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College has been created by his widow, Joyce. The first scholarship will be awarded for the fall 2014 semester and will be for the amount of $1,000.
Southeast and Arlie Boggs Elementary School students begin community garden March 27, 2014

Southeast and Arlie Boggs Elementary School students begin community garden

Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College biology students this spring have joined with pupils from Arlie Boggs Elementary School, located in the Letcher County community of Eolia, in planting vegetable seeds as part of a community garden project between the two schools.
Southeast’s Funeral Service Program only one in state; first class set to graduate in May March 17, 2014

Southeast’s Funeral Service Program only one in state; first class set to graduate in May

The program began accepting students a year ago and is the only one of its kind within Kentucky. It features a two-year curriculum leading to the Associate’s Degree, and excitement for the future of the ground-breaking program is profound, offering a curriculum overseen by Denise Shumate, long-time professor and administrator.